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Small businesses along the shoreline and in the Connecticut River valley have been hit hard by the current crisis, and most of them, as of March 18, when the Living section went to press, were trying to figure out how to serve their customers while keeping everyone safe. As of that date, many were offering curbside pickup, delivery options, and mail order. These are just a few examples. Please be sure to safely patronize local businesses when possible. Call and give your order over the phone, along with your credit card information. Take your own pen in case you have to sign something. Take your temperature, and make sure you are healthy, before you go out. Wash your hands, and make sure they are sanitized. These local businesses are doing everything they can to keep us safe and fed, let’s make sure we do everything we can to make sure they are safe and stay in business.—Pem McNerney
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